Nora teaches at the School of Drama at The College of Performing Arts at The New School. Additionally, she is full-time faculty at Pace University's Program for Performing Arts, where she teaches a physical approach to Acting in the International Performance Ensemble. Nora has also served on the faculties of NYU/Tisch, Eugene Lang College and Naropa University's Contemporary Performance MFA. As an actress, Nora has worked with directors Paul Bargetto, PD Michnewicz, Karin Coonrod, Kate Whoriskey and Jill A. Samuels, among others. She toured extensively with the Drama Desk Award-winning, Charlie Victor Romeo and co-starred in the widely-acclaimed film version of the same play (Sundance Film Festival, Netflix release). Her multi-character solo play, Hip, was nominated for two New York Innovative Theater Awards and received glowing critical praise. She is co-recipient of the 2016 NYIT Award for Best Short Play along with Kim Katzberg and Raquel Cion, also included in "The Best American Short Plays" anthology. She is co-writer of an episodic show in development with HBO.
BFA Drama, New York University
MFA Playwriting, University of California at Riverside